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Awakening: Life Lessons from the Sidhe
by Rionagh na Ard
Awakening: Life Lessons from the Sidhe is an open window into a cooperative relationship that spans two dimensions and several millennia, bringing healing in its wake. As the author begins to awaken to who and what she is and reach toward peace, balance, and wholeness, she connects with and receives instruction from one of the Sidhe over a period of several years. This contact from the faery realm turns out to be much more than just a mentor and guide, but before the true nature of his relationship to the author is revealed, he gives her a treasure trove of advice on how to deal with many of the everyday challenges and frustrations that people encounter in their lives. Part channeled work, part personal account, this book covers a wide range of topics applicable to the human experience. From insights on anger, stress and relationships to instruction on working with energy and manifestation, the Sidhe’s communications are delivered with patience, humor, and compassion.
The Sacred Circle Coloring Book
by Rionagh na Ard
Inspired by nature, elements of Celtic artwork, and the sacred in all things, the images in this book range from simpler to more complex patterns. Whether you are seeking a means of relaxation and stress relief or looking for a tool to help develop your mental focus or meditation practice, the 27 designs in this collection offer hours of coloring enjoyment.
by Kathy Hurley
Travel writer Brenna Callahan always dreamed of going on assignment to Ireland, but even in her wildest imaginings, she never thought that Eire’s Legends would prove to be frighteningly real. On her first night in Connacht, a fog-drenched encounter with what seems to be the Wild Hunt sparks a series of events that leave Brenna uncertain about what is true and who can be trusted. She doesn’t know whether she believes in faeries or things that go bump in the night. The one thing she knows for sure is that either someone has a very strange sense of humor, or that someone is trying to kill her.
Meeting sexy, enigmatic Ronan during her flight through the fog doesn’t lessen Brenna’s confusion one iota, especially since he seems to know her all too well, though she’d never seen him before. When archeologist Colm Lachlann also appears determined to become her exclusive tour guide, Brenna finds herself in the middle of an age-old conflict that has its roots in the Otherworld itself. To add to her dismay, she feels inexplicably familiar with the ancient sites she visits, and a mental voice claiming to be the Morrigan, Great Queen of the Tuatha de Danann, demands that she wake and remember who she is. When her past and present collide and old debts are called due, Brenna must decide once and for all just where her loyalties lie.